Once the ladies meet the guys, it's up to the women to determine if they feel chemistry with them and want to pursue a relationship or would rather try their luck with the next guy.
If things don't work out, the guy has to pack up his bags and head home.
It was the first major buy and series order for Glenn Geller after he was named entertainment president in September 2015.
“I think we found the next big reality hit,” he said at TCA in January.
" is a compelling new alternative series format, which our Alternative department had been tracking for a while, that feels tailor-made for CBS," said Glenn Geller, President of CBS Entertainment.
"It combines the suspense of a crime drama with the thrill of a competition reality series and some very topical social issues." The premise of follows ordinary people attempting the nearly impossible task of disappearing in today's vast digital world, as professional investigators combine state-of-the-art tracking methods with traditional tactics to narrow down the search area.
After its debut, of the nine pairs will win a grand prize of 0,000. They lost Jamaal Charles to a torn ACL in Week 5 and started 1-5 – only to win their final 10 games of the regular season and make the playoffs. So you’re sitting here trying to pick out that one Victoria and you’re saying Veronica.” Kelce also talked a little football during his chat with Gottlieb, as the Chiefs had quite a season last year.A grand prize of 0,000 is awarded to each team that successfully evades being caught for up to 28 days within 100,000 square miles of the southeastern U. The original British series, created and produced by Shine TV, returned for a second season on Channel 4 this fall.Travis Kelce dropped by CBS Sports Radio’s The Doug Gottlieb Show on Tuesday to discuss his new dating series, “Catching Kelce,” which premiers October 5 on E! “It doesn’t make sense,” said Kelce, who had 72 catches for 875 yards and five touchdowns last season. That ripped the heart out of all of us, but it put accountability even more so on everybody else.